El Camino de Santiago de Compostela: Week Two

Day 8
Start: Logroño
Finish: Nájera
Distance: 30 km
Time: 7 hours 35 minutes
Accommodation: €5
Food: €11.80
Camino Day 8
Camino Day 9
Day 9
Start: Nájera
Finish: Santo Domingo de la Calzada
Distance: 21 km
Time: 4 hours 15 minutes
Accommodation: €8.50
Food: €13
Camino Day 10
Day 10
Start: Santo Domingo de la Calzada
Finish: Belorado
Distance: 22 km
Time: 5 hours 50 minutes
Accommodation: €10
Food: €16.20
Day 11
Start: Belorado
Finish: Atacuerpa
Distance: 30 km
Time: 7 hours 35 minutes
Accommodation: €6
Food: €17.80
Camino Day 11
Camino Day 12
Day 12
Start: Atacuerpa
Finish: Burgos
Distance: 20 km
Time: 4 hours 45 minutes
Accommodation: €5
Food: €16
Day 13
Start: Burgos
Finish: Hornillos del Camilo
Distance: 22 km
Time: 4 hours 40 minutes
Accommodation: €15
Food: €7
Camino Day 13
Camino Day 14
Day 14
Start: Hornillos del Camino
Finish: Itero de la Vega
Distance: 33 km
Time: 7 hours 20minutes
Accommodation: €5
Food: €9.10

2 thoughts on “El Camino de Santiago de Compostela: Week Two”

  1. Hi Kat,
    What a fascinating blog. We only met once (or maybe twice) at a Meetup in Hobart, so thanks for leaving me on your list to receive your updates. It makes me green-ish with envy.
    Well done on staying away for so long too. I gather you’ve found a way to support yourself without a regular job, and tossed your permanent one in. I’ll have to think about that option too, though I’m not sure I want to stay on the road for as long as you have.
    I’m planning on doing part of the walk from Canterbury to Rome next year (France to Italy), so this is such a wonderful entree. The preparations and packing comments are all so useful and practical, and the photos so interesting and varied. The bucket list is getting closer to ticked off…until you have time for a breather. Have fun, and best wishes.

    1. Hey Jane!
      Great to hear from you! I haven’t actually managed to find a way to support myself and keep travelling yet, by the end of July I’m going to be looking for an income as my savings are running pretty low!!
      The walk is pretty challenging, but equally rewarding. 28days in now with three more to go, I’m definitely ready to be finished!
      Once I’m done I will be writing up some reflections on the process and providing tips on theming a like packing and blister care.
      Make sure you let me know how your travels go once you get going!!

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